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Oxford Nanopore’s portable DNA sequencer can detect pathogens
The device has been developed by a technology start-up called Oxford Nanopore Technologies. The device itself has been named MinION. It is one of the first practically working nanopore sequencing devices manufactured.
Read more about MinION in the article by Tim Sandle at Digital Journal…
Oxford Nanopore was founded on the science of Professor Hagan Bayley of the University of Oxford in 2005, and was based at Begbroke Science Park from 2007-2009. The company now employs a team of more than 150 people including scientists, engineers, informaticians, manufacturing and commercial specialists. Headquartered in Oxford, UK, the Company also has employees in Cambridge (UK), New York and Boston.